Owner Beast Weighted Hook

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  • Owner Beast Weighted Hook w/Twistlock
  • Pocket Packs - 4/0 (3pcs), 6/0 (3pcs)
  • 8/0 (3pcs), 10/0 (2pcs), 12/0 (2pcs)
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The Owner Weighted Beast Hooks with TwistLOCK Centering-Pin Spring (CPS) are designed for weedless-style rigging of larger plastics like big swimbaits, flukes, tubes and creature baits. With its TwistLOCK Centering-Pin Spring attached to the hook eye, baits can be permanently secured by inserting the pin in the center of the nose of a soft plastic, which can then be screwed onto the TwistLOCK coil spring to rig perfect everytime! Different Size springs are matched to hook size to maximize holding power. Quick-drop shank below eye allows for rigging fat-headed baits, and maximum gap allows for improved hook sets because of better bait clearance. The non-movable weight attached not only helps to sink or swim a rigged bait down into the strike zone, but because the weight is positioned so low on the shank, it provides a keel effect. As a result, when rigging large swimbaits weedless-style, plastics swim naturally (as opposed to rolling or flipping where weights are inserted inside soft baits). Ideal for both fresh and saltwater fishing, features include a TwistLOCK Centering-Pin Spring (CPS) attached to the hook eye, maximum gap, a XXX-strong forged shank, Super Needle Point, and black chrome finish.

The Owner Beast Weighted Hooks are the ideal choice for fishing soft plastic swimbaits such as the Little Creeper Trash Fish, Reaction Innovations Skinny Dipper and Red's Swimmer Baits among many others. We offer the Weighted Beast Hooks in four sizes.

Beast hook Sizes/Quantities
  • 4/0-1/8oz. (3)
  • 6/0-1/4oz. (3)
  • 8/0-3/8oz. (3)
  • 10/0-1/2oz. (2)
  • 12/0-3/4oz (2)

 

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DHEP) and lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov